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After Newsom bans pot use in limos, and for hospital patients, cannabis advocates are angry   -75%

Gov. Gavin Newsom led the 2016 campaign to legalize recreational marijuana in California. His record since has angered some in the cannabis industry.

Bengal Warriors beats Dabang Delhi to lift maiden PKL title   90%

Naveen Kumar was brilliant once again with 18 raid points for Delhi but uncharacteristic errors cost their title hopes in front of a packed audience, including Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju, at the EKA Arena by TransStadia.

The Crown season 4: First look at Gillian Anderson as Margaret Thatcher  

X Files star will appear in fourth season of Netflix hit

Japan vs Scotland: Jamie Joseph pays tribute to victims of Typhoon Hagibis after hosts reach quarter-finals of Rugby World Cup   21%

The Brave Blossoms stormed to a thrilling, pulsating victory in Yokohama, despite falling behind after an early Finn Russell try, that leaves them top of Pool A with four wins from four

IIM Lucknow summer placement report for batch 2019-21   3%

The recruitment drive saw participation from more than 140 domestic and international recruiters. The participation of these firms also marked the ascent of IIM Lucknow as a preferred recruitment destination for marketing, consulting and finance roles in the country.

Another Brexit hiccup, as House Speaker John Bercow denies Boris Johnson a vote Monday   -10%

The decision means that Parliament would be expected to vote on the withdrawal agreement bill on Tuesday.

Far-Right Terrorism: Deadly Attack Exposes Lapses in German Security Apparatus   2%

The 27-year-old German man who went on a shooting spree during the Yom Kippur holiday was out to kill Jews. He apparently self-radicalized in the darkest corners of the internet, beyond the reach of police or intelligence officials, who are woefully unprepared for this new breed of terrorism. By DER SPIEGEL Staff

Why Black Homeowners in Brooklyn Are Being Victimized by Fraud  

Deed theft, or stealing the title to a house, has become a worrisome crime in Brooklyn, targeting rapidly gentrifying communities of color.

Desperate Pleas to Free Women and Children From ISIS Camps in Syria  

The violence that has followed an American pullback has intensified questions about what duty nations have to citizens detained abroad, even those affiliated with a terrorist group.

Are we ready for men to take the pill?   -10%

Blurring of traditional gender roles could finally mean that the male pill is on the horizon.

A once in a century opportunity to act  

When you drink the water, remember the spring

Man says Dennis Rodman slapped him at a Delray Beach bar. The former NBA star denies it.   -50%

The legend of Dennis Rodman just keeps growing and growing. Court records show the 58-year-old, through his attorney, pleaded not guilty Thursday to a battery charge accusing him of randomly … Click to Continue »

Hundreds of ultra-Orthodox teens attack Palestinians in Jerusalem   1%

Haredi teens riot near central Jerusalem on Wednesday overnight, attacking Palestinians driving by and disrupting traffic ■ Police arrest seven on suspicion of causing property damage

Banks to close Monday: Association of Banks in Lebanon  

Banks to close Monday: Association of Banks in Lebanon

Nearly half of immigrants descendants in Denmark say criticizing religion should be illegal   -17%

Nearly 50 percent of descendants of non-Western immigrants in Denmark think it should be illegal to criticize religion — a sharp contrast with the numbers of ethnic Danes, a new survey shows.
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Will Mike Pompeo ever wise up?   20%

How much longer will he defend the indefensible?

Release of teenage gang rape suspects in Croatia sparks backlash   -25%

'We must not turn a blind eye to the violence in our society, as this will further abuse the victims,' Croatian president tweets

Go all-out with this luxurious Israeli breakfast at home  

These are all the recipes you need to transport yourself to a Middle Eastern summer day on the beach.

Lebanon must fight corruption to restore investor, public confidence: IMF   5%

Lebanon needs economic reforms that can fight corruption and restore confidence in its beleaguered economy, the director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Middle East and Central Asia Jihad

Africa: Lack of Funding Leaves Millions of Children in Conflict and Disaster Zones At Risk   5%

[Unicef] New York -$4 billion humanitarian appeal nearly 50 per cent unfunded heading into final quarter of 2019

US launched cyberstrike on Iran after attack on Saudi oil facilities, officials say   -35%

The United States carried out a secret cyber operation against Iran in the wake of the September 14 attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities, which Washington and Riyadh blame on Tehran, two US officials have told Reuters.The officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the operation took place in late September and took aim at Tehran’s ability to spread “propaganda”.One of the officials said the strike affected physical hardware, but did not provide further details.Weapons used in…

Sukuk issuance remains steady for first nine months of 2019: Fitch   15%

Sukuk, or Islamic bonds, issued from major Islamic markets has remained unchanged for the first nine months of 2019, compared to 2018, Fitch Ratings said in a research note on Thursday.Sukuk issuance

State task force on jails hears concerns as it develops recommendations for reform  

The statewide task force will make policy recommendations by January.


Trumps quest for vengeance against John Brennan   5%

In Attorney General William Barr’s review of the Russia probe, some see a presidential target.

Russia buries cosmonaut Alexei Leonov, first human to walk in space   12%

Hundreds of Russians bade farewell to cosmonaut Alexei Leonov, the first human to walk in space, at a solemn funeral ceremony on Tuesday which culminated in a gun salute.

Trump's about-face in Syria forces Israel to rethink its Middle East strategy  

The American disengagement from the region will bear severe, far-reaching consequences

Festive dishes for your Purim feast  

A festive meal is a mitzvah on Purim. Let these dishes keep you in the holiday spirit.

When the Government Seizes Your Embryos   -7%

Anna Sussman on a law in Poland that bans single women who have undergone IVF from accessing their frozen embryos.

Man admits manslaughter after pulling knife out of his abdomen and stabbing another man   -6%

Christian Hargrave-McKey told the other man "go on, f---ing stab me then" before he was stabbed with a 20cm blade.

3yo child miraculously survives fall from balcony as it lands on passing rickshaw (VIDEO)   12%

A three-year-old child has survived a fall from a 10-meter-high balcony in India, suffering no injuries whatsoever, after it landed on the back seat of a rickshaw, which happened to be passing below at that exact moment.
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Boeing bombshell adds new wrinkle to MAX investigations  

Drones drop packages in first-ever commercial delivery — DeFazio keeps pushing on Uber, Lyft

Supreme Court tosses challenge to Republican-drawn Michigan electoral maps   -8%

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday threw out a challenge to Republican-drawn electoral districts in Michigan that Democrats said were illegally configured to dilute their voting power, an action taken in the aftermath of major rulings by the justices in June prohibiting federal courts from hearing such claims.

La Liga: Messi, Suarez, Griezmann all on target as Barcelona dispatch Eibar   20%

Griezmann’s place in the newly-formed attacking trident has not been secure this season but the Frenchman opened the scoring at Ipurua before teeing up Messi and then playing the crucial pass for Suarez to make it three.

Scenes From the Aftermath of Typhoon Hagibis in Japan   18%

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More than 100,000 rescue workers are still combing through flooded and damaged areas of central Japan after it was struck by Typhoon Hagibis, the most powerful storm to hit the area in more than 60 years. Local authorities are blaming this weekend’s typhoon for more than 70 deaths so far, with a dozen residents still listed as missing. Hagibis brought high winds and heavy rainfall, which damaged structures, collapsed dikes, flooded rivers and low-lying areas, and triggered more than 100 landslides. Gathered here are some of the images of the damage and immediate recovery work taking place.

ASX closes higher thanks to Stockland   15%

The S&P/ASX 200 popped into positive territory in the final settlement, closing 2.8 points higher at 6652.5.

Shut Up and Drink Your Champagne: The Impossible Life of the Impossible Elaine Stritch  

In “Still Here,” a biography by Alexandra Jacobs, Stritch comes across as a matchless talent and a hopeless neurotic.